hey y'all, is emacs any good?
@joshua hey, don't stand in the middle of that intersection, you'll get hit by a truck
@djsundog hdjglkasI WAS JSUT TELLING VANTA I SHOUDL DO THIS
@joshua well, DON'T
@djsundog hey so since you were the first in the thread, twas you standing in the middle of the intersection
@joshua merely a concerned bypasser, I assure you ;p
@djsundog "concerned", oh you know you want to see one of my posts light it up
@joshua nah i prefer ePCs myself
@joshua its okay, but i dont think its worth learning if you are already comfy with something else
i stand naked in the middle of the intersection, eyes raised to the burning light of the arbitrary brokenness of the laws of man
@joshua emacs is good, it is only fallen human will that causes it to do evil things
@joshua Yes. But, so is Vim. In my day to day work, I often use emacs and vim on the same set of files, as I find the feature sets of both editors complimentary and I frequently am like, "Hmm, wish Vim had...hmmm...wish Emacs had...". As long as you remember to "revert" the buffer after switching editors to resynchronize them, everything's fine.
@joshua And, no, Evil mode is not a substitute for Vim. Tried it, got the t-shirt, doesn't fit, donated it.
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